Opportunity for the Recognition of Outstanding Student Research by applying for the Thomas Marchione Award
Honoring the seminal academic and humanitarian work of Thomas J. Marchione, this award is given to an MA, MS or Ph.D. student whose active engagement in food security and food sovereignty issues continues and expands Dr. Marchione’s efforts toward food justice, food access, and food as a human right. The award can be in recognition of exemplary work completed or in progress, or for proposed work in the field of food as a human right and the social justice aspects of food systems.
Ideally, the recipient will be working towards, in Dr. Marchione’s words, “the best and more sustainable approaches to fulfill the right to food.” There will be one annual award of $750 (this will include a 1 year student membership to the American Anthropological Association and the Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition). The award may be for proposed or in-process research or a research prize for completed work.
Eligibility: Open to Masters and Doctoral level students who will have completed their coursework and research proposal by the time of the annual American Anthropological Association meeting in the discipline of anthropology or allied fields (e.g. sociology, food studies, nutrition, etc.). Students already engaged in relevant research, action or advocacy may apply in acknowledgement of their accomplishments. Proposals must be focused on migrant and/or refugee communities in the United States or on developing world countries.
For more details on the award requirements, please go to the website of the Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition: https://foodanthro.com/thomas-marchione-award/
DEADLINE: JULY 14, 2017
Submit your application to Amy Trubek via email at email@example.com.